BLAIRSVILLE, GA – In an effort to allow more people to experience the beauty of the north Georgia Mountains and due to high demand, Crossing Creeks RV Resort & Spa recently started offering a selection of luxury log cabins for rent or sale.
“Our resort is so beautiful that we wanted to allow everyone to experience the nearby waterfalls, great hiking trails and all the nature that is found in the mountains,” explained Sales Manager Doc Rabideau. “While we have lots of RVers stay at Crossing Creeks, now our cabins allow non-RVers an opportunity to enjoy the area as well.”
Aimed at increasing the popular recreational vehicle trend of “destination camping,” the new cabins open up the great outdoors to just about everyone. Additionally, paved RV pads at Crossing Creeks RV Resort & Spa are spacious enough that sites can accommodate both an RV and a cabin.
“Entire families and their guests can now stay at Crossing Creeks RV Resort and enjoy their stay in spacious accommodations,” Rabideau detailed. Cabins are for rent or can be purchased for a continuing yearly mountain adventure, he said. The resort also offers a professional managed rental program that allows owners to rent their cabins and receive income.
Crossing Creeks offers upscale resort-style accommodations and is the only high-end RV Resort in the north Georgia mountains providing state-of- the-art facilities and amenities, explained Harpaz. Onsite features include tennis, shuffleboard and pickleball courts, a large pool and spa/sauna and steam room. Professional massages are available for an additional cost.
Crossing Creeks RV Resort & Spa is located just two hours north of Atlanta in Blairsville, an historic Blue Ridge North Georgia Mountain Community. Chattanooga, Asheville and Greenville are not far away and a new Cherokee casino in Murphy, N.C. is only 20 miles away. Other area attractions include The John Campbell Folk School, which offers a variety of arts and crafts classes and demonstrations; Lake Nottely for boating and fishing; the Appalachian Trail, which is only 14 miles away, and Paradise Hills, Blairsville’s own winery.